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Ramapo Police Chief Martin Reilly Announces Retirement After Nearly 40 Years of Service

Ramapo Police Chief Martin Reilly is set to retire on June 14, capping off an illustrious career that spans nearly four decades. Captain Daniel Hyman will be sworn in as Chief on June 6, will remain Captain until June 14, and will officially become Chief on June 15.

Chief Reilly’s law enforcement journey began in September 1984 when he entered the Orange County Police Academy, in January 1985 he  graduated and was appointed to the Woodbury Police Department. In April 1987, Reilly joined the Ramapo Police Department, where he served in various capacities over the years. He was promoted to sergeant in June 1999, lieutenant in 2010, police captain in 2016, and ultimately, chief of police in June 2021.

Reflecting on his tenure, Reilly expressed immense gratitude for his career and the people he worked with. “I had a great career, working with incredible people and a wonderful community,” he told Monsey Scoop. Reilly extended his heartfelt thanks to his family and key figures, including Supervisor Michael Specht, Chief of Staff Mona Montal, Deputy Supervisor Brendel Logan, and Town Council members Michael Rossman, Yehuda Weissmandl, and David Wanounou. He also acknowledged Ramapo OEP Coordinator Josh Hans, Yossi Margeraten, and all town employees for their support. Additionally, Reilly expressed his appreciation for all the Town of Ramapo village officials with whom he worked closely.

Reilly praised the community and his colleagues, calling the members of the police department the “best cops in the nation” and expressing pride in calling them family. He highlighted the strong relationships he fostered with community organizations such as Hatzolah EMS of Rockland County, Chaverim of Rockland County, New Square Ershte Hilf (NSES), Spring Hill EMS, Faist EMS, Rockland Paramedics, and all the Fire Departments that operate in the Town of Ramapo, as well as other agencies in Rockland County and law enforcement entities.

Supervisor Michael Specht expressed his admiration for Reilly’s dedication and service. “Chief Reilly has been a pillar of strength and integrity for our community,” Specht told Monsey Scoop. “His commitment to public safety and his compassionate leadership have left an indelible mark on Ramapo. We wish him all the best in his well-deserved retirement.”

Incoming Chief Daniel Hyman also shared his thoughts on Reilly’s retirement. “Chief Reilly has been an exemplary leader and mentor,” Hyman told Monsey Scoop. “I am honored to follow in his footsteps and continue the legacy of excellence he established. I look forward to serving the Ramapo community and working with our dedicated officers to ensure the safety and well-being of all residents.”

As Chief Reilly steps down, the Ramapo community prepares to welcome Captain Hyman as the new Chief of Police, ensuring a seamless transition and continued dedication to public service.

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